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Each event will feature two inspiring women working in architecture and each will speak to a different focus – from starting your own practice, to finding the right type of practice for you, to balancing the profession and family life. In these conversations, we will share stories, share tools, provide support and establish relationships among all attendees with the goal of ensuring young women in architecture stay encouraged and stay on course to thrive in the profession. Read More

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It is incredibly exciting to see the walls of the building slowly rising from the excavated basement.

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I was delighted to host two groups of students who participated in the Barnard Young Women Leadership Institute. They asked about architecture, being a women business owner, and all the other challenges and joys of professional life.

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From the exhibit brochure: “The English language has two distinct words that refer to the place of dwelling: “home” and “house”. The term “house” identifies a physical structure that enables domestic activities, but a home is also a mental state characterized by a sense of belonging, protection, love and shelter. A home is a place located between the physical reality and a conceptual idea, between past memories and future aspirations. Home straddles the threshold separating private intimacy and the public world of buildings and culture.” Exhibit Brochure Read More

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Check out these images of our Desert House project. Read More

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We recently completed the renovation of Manhattan Day School’s Early Childhood Center.

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“The old should be renewed and the new should be sanctified” wrote R’ Kook. This has been our mission in the design of the renovation of the 100 year old West Side Jewish center Synagogue. We aspire to renew the beautiful old details of this communal building and to sanctify the new system which would be installed including elevators, bathrooms and mechanical systems.

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We are proud to receive the Best of Houzz award for 2017 based on our wonderful client’s five star reviews.

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Esther Sperber was a featured panelist at EQxD Hackathon 2017, a workshop that explores the intersection of technology, design, and equitable practice. She spoke about entrepreneurship and architectural opportunities in the new and changing digital economy. View the full conference website here. Read More

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Meislin Projects opened in November 10, 2016 on Madison Avenue at 69th Street in New York City. Over the summer we transformed a raw space into a new gallery and offices for Meislin Projects which will produce a small number of in-depth exhibitions and installations, developed in collaboration with major art institutions in the United States and overseas. Meislin Projects website

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Over the summer we designed and oversaw the construction of a STEM Lab for the Manhattan Day School. The lab allows for digital- and science-focused hands-on learning using the Smart Lab technology. We also created a new classroom and two small individual learning rooms for an updated and more personalized learning experience. The project was done on time and on budget and has been enjoyed by students, teachers and parents. Read More

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Published: The Huffington Post In this animated video Op-Ed, Esther Sperber shares her thoughts on how architecture can solve problems, namely the transgender bathroom wars. The idea came about as a response to the passing of House Bill 2 in North Carolina, which effectively banned those who identify as transgender from using public restrooms that were labeled for use by a specific gender. Her proposal is to change the way bathrooms are labeled. Instead of being distinguished by gender, bathrooms should be labeled by size. Not only would this be more appropriate for those who don’t identify as either male […] Read More

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We are excited that two of our projects, SynaCondo and 535 WEA, were included in the exhibition “New York New Design” at the Center for Architecture. The exhibition showcased 185 projects from 100 firms in the New York metropolitan area of varying scale, scope, and program. View more exhibition information on the Center for Architecture’s website Read More

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We are honored that Esther Sperber was chosen as one of Sokol Media’s “Top women to watch in sustainability” in 2016, alongside various other notable women in the field.

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